Thank you for clarifying your question. To address the suspension, he's going to have to find out why it was suspended and what needed to be done to have the suspension lifted. There are a lot of reasons a license can be suspended, so he'll have to contact the DMV to inquire about the reason for the suspension. Once that issue is resolved (for instance, unpaid fines
and a reinstatement fee would need to be paid), the suspension can be lifted. Regarding the new tickets, I'm guessing, based on the little bit of information I have here, that he's been charged with driving while suspended (a crime) and a violation (such as speeding
). The violation, as you said, could simply be paid, but the driving while suspended isn't that simple because that's criminal. He will want to retain an attorney to represent him in that, and his attorney may also be able to help him with the ticket. With both issues, it may be possible to defeat them if his attorney can uncover some defenses and his attorney may be able to negotiate favorable deals if not. All you can do to help him in those matters would be to retain an attorney for him and/or help with his fines.
My job here is to provide accurate information about the law. Providing bad news is the hardest part of doing my job but it's a big part of doing the job well. If you feel that the law is wrong on this issue, I'd strongly encourage you to contact your legislators, as they are the only ones who can change it.